I have 2 university server I can connect to and I set up the config files in the ~/.ssh directory to connect to them just by using an alias.
Until 1 or 2 days ago both of them were working fine but now I cannot connect to one of them through TRAMP (I still can connect fine using the terminal).
The following is the tramp log, it seems the initial connection get established but then something happen that doesn't allow it to go further.
Linux access.chaos-cluster.uni.lux 3.2.0-4-amd64 unknown 18:05:38 up 199 days, 23:06, 3 users, load average: 0.06, 0.05, 0.05 [01;32m0 [36;1m18:05:38[0m [0;37username[0m@[4;36maccess[0m([1mchaos-cluster[0m)[0;31m[0m[0;32m (master #)[0m [34;1m~[0m $ 18:06:37.592257 tramp-process-sentinel (5) # Sentinel called: `#<process *tramp/ssh chaos-cluster*>' `killed ' 18:06:37.607714 tramp-process-actions (1) # File error: Timeout reached, see buffer `*tramp/ssh chaos-cluster*' for details 18:07:07.641803 tramp-maybe-open-connection (3) # Opening connection for chaos-cluster using ssh...failed 18:07:07.642873 tramp-get-remote-stat (5) # Finding a suitable `stat' command 18:07:07.643063 tramp-file-name-handler (1) # Suppress received in operation (file-attributes /ssh:chaos-cluster:/userpath) 18:07:07.643464 tramp-get-test-command (5) # Finding a suitable `test' command 18:07:07.643625 tramp-file-name-handler (1) # Suppress received in operation (file-readable-p /ssh:chaos-cluster:/userpath)
I have searched for solution on internet but I didn't find solutions for similar situations. Does anybody knows what it could be?
Thanks in advance!
P.S. I am using spacemacs on emacs 24.5.1 and debian testing.
[user@access] ~(chaos-cluster) $>but i still get the same error. How can I get these traces you are refering to?